Franck Durand’s Holiday brand is expanding. If you know the mag (the chicest, lifestyle-est travel tome you can imagine), you may be aware of the cafe and the logo sweats. Now he’s developed a full menswear line, inspired by everyday stylish staples – navy blazers, tweed jackets, classic Shetland pullovers. (more…)
I wouldn’t want to be Lucie and Luke Meier with all the pressure entailed in trying to resuscitate Jil Sander. Their debut collection for SS18 was big on slim tailoring, monastic white shirts, lots of texture layering (macrame fringing anyone?) and some great bags. Nothing mind-exploding but that’s not what you want for Jil Sander. (more…)
What did everyone make of the Burberry show last week? I loved it! After the initial buzz of the evening wore off, I canvassed some fashion industry opinion, and found the reactions to be 50/50 mixed. While Burberry is very much in favour of opening up Fashion Week to the wider public with its shop-the-runway model, in many ways I think you need to be there IRL to feel the full impact of the shows. (more…)
If you’re in town for London Fashion Week, or happen to be here any time until 27th October, do not miss this photo show! Sory Sanlé is the portrait photographer who would have probably remained an unknown were it not for a music producer noting his work and tracking him down.
Documenting the emerging youth culture and nightlife of newly independent Burkina Faso in 1960s West Africa, his work found its way onto local record covers which then traversed the globe. (more…)